Emotions, especially the negative kind are the greatest cause of suffering. These states when they turn impure, reduce the quality of our lives significantly. Emotions are non-physical, or on the boundary of the body and the mind, so we need special tools to purify them. What are the impurities of emotions and how to get rid of them?
How to refine our speech for better expression?
What happens when we speak publicly on spiritual matters?
What is the essential message of Nagarjuna?
What is Emptiness, how to understand it?
What does negative knowledge do?
Why is intellect a trap?
What causes end of suffering?
How to be empty?
Why is a goal a problem?
What is instant liberation?
Why is progressing so bad?
How is the environment being destroyed by greedy and violent people? What are the effects of impure environment on life and on spiritual practices? Is it even possible to be spiritual while being surrounded by filth and noise? What can be done to improve the situation, even though it seems impossible to do so?
What is this existence in essence?
What is Gurufield?
Introduction to the path of knowledge program and the wiki: oormi.in/pok.
What do the entities in the Gurufield do?
How to approach the Gurufield?
How do people resist knowledge?
What can Gurufield give me?
Why do I run after desires?
What are the consequences of desire fulfilment?
What is a Guruperson?
What is the most important day in your life, and who is the most important person for you?
How can I stop negative thoughts from affecting me?
An introduction to the new path of knowledge wiki project. You can try it here : oormi.in/pok
Why is your ignorance a cause of my suffering?
Are others behaving badly intentionally?
What is the importance of a question?
Is broadcasting knowledge equivalent to forcing it on others?
How can ignorance perpetuate itself by blocking knowledge?
Are there any experiments to bring absolutely ignorant people on a proper path?
Can there be a loss of interest in gaining knowledge?
What is negative knowledge?
Why no other path will give you self realisation?
Why do pain and suffering exist?
What does an enlightened person do after enlightenment?
Why more importance is given to the experiencer in advaita?
Is the experiencer great?
Is Buddhism nihilistic?